### TABLE I SEMANTIC CONCEPT IMPORTANCE

2006

### Table 2: A comparison of some important concepts of ER, UML and AORML.

### Table A.1: Top 50 of most important concepts

2007

### Table 1: Model for assessing concept importance.

2006

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### Table 1: Semantic Concept Importance Concept (C(i)) wc(C(i)) Concept wc(C(i))

"... In PAGE 7: ... Therefore, a prior weight can be assigned to each semantic concept according to the user prefer- ence. We adopt a scheme that approximates the preference of the public, as assigned in Table1 . Where C(i) is the semantic concept of i, and wc(C(i)) is the weight assignment.... In PAGE 7: ... Second, semantic con- cepts are similar to the knowledge items thus can be weighted by the algorithm of Section 4. Finally, the weight of semantic concept is determined by: wconcept (i) = wc(C(i)) wU (C(i)) (16) where wc(C(i)) is looked up from Table1 , and wU (C(i)) is the weight of C(i) computed by using Eq. (11).... ..."

### Table 2: Notation for important geometric concepts, func- tions, variables, and constants.

2001

"... In PAGE 24: ... All abbreviations are explained below. Table2 provides a list of notation used in this paper. SgL SDC (I) NVL VEL VGL VHL TNL CcL LDC GHT NSL [U] SHT [L] (IV) (V) TsL (II) MAL PLA PLB CVL ENL (III) HSL CSL IcL SwP Figure 20: Logical structure of the proof that the algorithm in this paper constructs a triangulation of the skin surface.... ..."

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### Table 3. Notation for important geometric concepts, functions, variables, and con- stants

2002

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### Table 3. Notation for important geometric concepts, functions, variables, and con- stants

2002

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### Table 2: Notation for important geometric concepts, func- tions, variables, and constants.

"... In PAGE 24: ... All abbreviations are explained below. Table2 provides a list of notation used in this paper. SgL SDC (I) NVL VEL VGL VHL TNL CcL LDC GHT NSL [U] SHT [L] (IV) (V) TsL (II) MAL PLA PLB CVL ENL (III) HSL CSL IcL SwP Figure 20: Logical structure of the proof that the algorithm in this paper constructs a triangulation of the skin surface.... ..."

### Table 8 Network statistics and importance ratings of the concepts of Study 1. Concepts have been ordered in descending order of centrality.

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2002

"... In PAGE 35: ... Table 8 gives the results for the eleven concepts. lt; Table8 about here gt; Table 9 gives the correlation coefficients among the five measures from Table 8. If we take the importance that respondents attach to the different concepts as our leading perspective, it is clear from Table 8 that the network statistic centrality reflects much better what the respondents think about the different concepts than the levels of the concepts in the HVM.... In PAGE 35: ... Table 8 gives the results for the eleven concepts. lt;Table 8 about here gt; Table 9 gives the correlation coefficients among the five measures from Table8 . If we take the importance that respondents attach to the different concepts as our leading perspective, it is clear from Table 8 that the network statistic centrality reflects much better what the respondents think about the different concepts than the levels of the concepts in the HVM.... In PAGE 35: ... lt;Table 8 about here gt; Table 9 gives the correlation coefficients among the five measures from Table 8. If we take the importance that respondents attach to the different concepts as our leading perspective, it is clear from Table8 that the network statistic centrality reflects much better what the respondents think about the different concepts than the levels of the concepts in the HVM. The correlation of importance with centrality is 0.... ..."